Fox weighs in on being young and black

July 12, 2017

What’s it like to be young and black in 2017? A panel of Indigenous people with different views on a range of issues will explore this question at a special forum being presented by SBS […]

Suicide, youth and the wisdom of an Elder

June 28, 2017

SUPPLIED CONTENT This is a story borne out of a deep collective despair that as a society we are not better able to take care of our young people in the face of ever-increasing suicide […]

Runners ready to round the rock

June 14, 2017

Marathon great Robert de Castella will join runners from across Australia at Uluru on June 17 for the annual National Deadly Fun Run Championships. About 125 runners will take part in the event — a […]

If your photos are this good, there’s a contest you should enter

May 17, 2017

One of Australia’s leading Aboriginal photographers, Professor Wayne Quilliam, is encouraging Indigenous people across the globe to enter a photographic competition dedicated to the preservation of culture. Professor Quilliam says Sinchi’s inaugural photography competition provides […]

Barunga all set to light up the Territory

March 22, 2017

Aboriginal musicians Bunna Lawrie and Coloured Stone, singer-songwriter Missy Higgins and actress and singer Justine Clarke will be among the line-up at the Northern Territory’s Barunga Festival to be held in June. The annual three-day […]

Star-studded line-up to wow Castlemaine

February 15, 2017

A night of story and song dedicated to the Dja Dja Wurrung people of central Victoria will be a special feature of the Castlemaine State Festival next month. ‘Ulumbarra’ will feature some of Australia’s best […]

Airileke and Benny cry freedom over West Papuan rule

December 1, 2016

A freedom song co-written by exiled West Papuan Independence leader Benny Wenda and Melbourne music producer Airileke Ingram has been released to coincide with West Papua’s Independence Day. Ingram, who is of Melanesian descent, said […]

Researcher can feel answers in her bones

November 23, 2016

The state-of-the-art bone technology used by early Indigenous communities may help reveal how they colonised Australia and carved out lives in a new world. From bone nose ornaments to ceremonial bones and work tools, the […]

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